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His and Her Earnings Following Parenthood in the United States, Germany, and the United Kingdom

This article advances a couple-level framework to examine how parenthood shapes within-family gender inequality by education in three countries that vary in their normative and policy context: the United States, Germany, and the United Kingdom. We trace mothers’ share of couple earnings and variation by her education in the 10-year window around first birth, using long-running harmonized panel surveys ...

In: American Sociological Review (online first) (2020), | Kelly Musick, Megan Doherty Bea, Pilar Gonalons-Pons

Cosmopolitan Immigration Attitudes in Large European Cities: Contextual or Compositional Effects?

Europe is geographically divided on the issue of immigration. Large cities are the home of Cosmopolitan Europe, where immigration is viewed positively. Outside the large cities—and especially in the countryside—is Nationalist Europe, where immigration is a threat. This divide is well documented and much discussed, but there has been scant research on why people in large cities are more likely to have ...

In: American Political Science Review 113 (2019), 2, 456-474 | Rahsaan Maxwell

Determinanten des politischen Engagements von MigrantInnen in Deutschland

Viele Studien zeigen, dass sich Menschen mit Migrationshintergrund (auch solche mit deutscher Staatsangehörigkeit) seltener politisch engagieren als die autochthone Bevölkerung. Die Unterschiede zwischen MigrantInnen und autochthoner Bevölkerung im politischen Engagement verschwinden auch dann nicht vollständig, wenn für wichtige soziostrukturelle und demographische Merkmale kontrolliert wird. Der ...

In: Soziale Welt 70 (2019), 1, 60-92 | Anja Mays, Antje Rosebrock, Verena Hambauer, Steffen Kühnel

Nothing going on? Exploring the role of missed events in changes in subjective well-being and the Big Five personality traits

Objective: Missed events are defined as the nonoccurrence of expected major life events within a specified time frame. We examined whether missed events should be studied in research on growth by exploring the role of missed events for changes in subjective well-being (SWB) and the Big Five personality traits. Method: The samples were selected from two nationally representative panel studies, the German ...

In: Journal of Personality (online first) (2020), | Maike Luhmann, Susanne Buecker, Till Kaiser, Mira Beermann

Does Flexibility Help Employees Switch Off from Work? Flexible Working-Time Arrangements and Cognitive Work-to-Home Spillover for Women and Men in Germany

The present study investigates the effects of flexible working-time arrangements on cognitive work-to-home spillover for women and men in Germany. It analyzes (1) how schedule control, i.e. flexitime and working-time autonomy, and the lack of control, i.e. fixed schedules and employer-oriented flexible schedules, are related to work-to-home spillover and (2) whether these relationships are mediated ...

In: Social Indicators Research (online first) (2018), | Yvonne Lott

YouTube, Google, Facebook: 21st Century Online Video Research and Research Ethics

Since the early 2000s, the proliferation of cameras in devices such as mobile phones, closed-circuit television (CCTV), or body cameras has led to a sharp increase in video recordings of human interaction and behavior. Through websites that employ user-generated content (e.g., YouTube) and live streaming sites (e.g., GeoCam), access to such videos virtually is at the fingertips of social science researchers. ...

In: Forum: Qualitative Sozialforschung 19 (2018), 3, Art. 32, 11 S.
pub_soep_nutz: SOEP staff publication without SOEP data
| Nicolas Legewie, Anne Nassauer

Anchored Calibration: From Qualitative Data to Fuzzy Sets

Combining qualitative data and qualitative comparative analysis (QCA) holds great analytic potential because it allows for detailed insights into social processes as well as systematic cross-case comparisons. But despite many applications, continuous methodological development, and some critique of measurement practices, a key procedure in using qualitative data for QCA has hardly been discussed: how ...

In: Forum: Qualitative Sozialforschung 18 (2017), 3, Art. 14, 12 S.
pub_soep_nutz: SOEP staff publication without SOEP data
| Nicolas Legewie

Gene Discovery and Polygenic Prediction from a Genome-Wide Association Study of Educational Attainment in 1.1 Million Individuals

Here we conducted a large-scale genetic association analysis of educational attainment in a sample of approximately 1.1<U+2009>million individuals and identify 1,271<U+2009>independent genome-wide-significant SNPs. For the SNPs taken together, we found evidence of heterogeneous effects across environments. The SNPs implicate genes involved in brain-development processes and neuron-to-neuron ...

In: Nature Genetics 50 (2018), S. 1112-1121
pub_soep_nutz: SOEP staff publication without SOEP data
| James J. Lee, Robbee Wedow, Martin Kroh

Longitudinal Associations of Narcissism with Interpersonal, Intrapersonal, and Institutional Outcomes: An Investigation Using a Representative Sample of the German Population

Most studies have treated grandiose narcissism as a unidimensional construct and investigated its associations in cross-sectional convenience samples. The present research systematically addresses these limitations by investigating the associations of agentic and antagonistic aspects of narcissism in the interpersonal, intrapersonal, and institutional domains, cross-sectionally and longitudinally in ...

In: Collabra: Psychology 5 (2019), 1, Art. 26, 15 S.
pub_soep_nutz: analysis of SOEP based data
| Marius Leckelt, David Richter, Eunike Wetzel, Mitja D. Back

Soziale Unterschiede in der Mortalität und Lebenserwartung in Deutschland. Aktuelle Situation und Trends

Soziale Unterschiede in der Mortalität und Lebenserwartung sind ein deutlicher Ausdruck bestehender sozialer und gesundheitlicher Ungleichheit in der Bevölkerung. Nach Daten des Sozio-oekonomischen Panels (SOEP) der Jahre 1992 bis 2016 sterben 13 % der Frauen und 27 % der Männer aus der niedrigsten Einkommensgruppe bereits vor Vollendung des 65. Lebensjahres, während dies in der höchsten Einkommensgruppe ...

In: Journal of Health Monitoring 4 (2019), 1, 3-15 | Thomas Lampert, Jens Hoebel, Lars Eric Kroll
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